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Rising temperatures shrink Arctic sea ice to second-lowest level in 40 years

Rising temperatures shrink Arctic sea ice to second-lowest level in 40 years

Scientists have measured rising temperatures around the Arctic Circle and shrinking ice covering the polar ocean to the second-lowest level recorded on records going back 40 years. The National Snow and Ice Data Center said satellites recorded this year’s sea ice minimum at 3.74 million square kilometers on September 15, only the second time the ice has been measured below 4 million sq km.

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As the Arctic melts, polar bears living in the region will have to start settling in areas which are inhabited by humans. Hungry bears will also attack humans often, thus leading to an inevitable man animal conflict. The climate crisis has many, many such scary scenarios, but since it is not happening in our own backyards, why should we care, isn't it?

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